Woods to Water Blog - Blog Archive: November, 2022

It's time to deck the halls! We've rounded up a list of the best places in the BLA + beyond to find the perfect tree.

CUT YOUR OWN

Wee Tree Christmas Tree Farm
13291 Galaxy Rd, Royalton, MN 56373
Featuring Christmas trees, greenery + gifts 
"cut your own christmas tree"
7531 Wetherbee Rd, Brainerd, MN 56401

PRE-CUT ONLY 

COPPER CREEK GARDEN CENTER + MARKET 
24735 MN-371, NISSWA, MN 56468

ERICKSON'S GREENHOUSE 
1004 SE 13TH ST, BRAINERD, MN 
LANDSBERG NURSERY 
16460 HIGHWAY 371 NORTH BRAINERD, MN

PRE-CUT AND CUT YOUR OWN OPTIONS 

JB CHRISTMAS TREE FARM
22591 153rd St, Pierz, MN 56364 
Hinkemeyer Tree farm
12675 22nd Ave NE, Rice, MN 56367
Grab your tree and enjoy sleigh rides and treats while…

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Woods to Water has chosen a family to sponsor for Best Christmas Ever and fundraising is officially underway!

Woods to Water Real Estate is honored to be partnering with the non-profit, Best Christmas Ever, for our fourth year. BCE is a local organization on a mission to provide families in our community with a once-in-a-lifetime “Best Christmas Ever”. Whether it's continued financial burden, illness, physical and emotional stress, a loss in the family, some of our friends and neighbors are in need of someone to lift them up this holiday season.

With the help of our kind, generous, and caring community, we have the opportunity to provide a local family with the Best Christmas Ever. Our family has been hit with an unexpected serious medical…

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The rut is in full swing and tags are being filled throughout the BLA.

I have seen lots of chasing, fighting, and mid-day cruising from some nice deer! The key to hunting November is stand time. Rifle season kicked off last weekend and some hunters are lucky enough to get three weekends of rifle hunting depending on your zone. Don't forget about muzzloader and late season archery to follow. If you haven't filled a tag yet, you still have time! 

The rut has been picking up in the north woods which is right on schedule. For those who think it has come and gone... it has not. Statistically does are bred around the same time every year, due to fawns being born later in the spring to survive. Hunters will also experience a "2nd" rut in December! Still…

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